Finland’s performance on migration policies is average, despite its having one of the best integration policies. After Sweden, Portugal, and New Zealand, its integration policies are fourth best out of all of the CDI countries (MIPEX score). Finland also scores above average by accepting many students from developing countries. Finland could do more, however, in its general openness toward migrants. It could increase its commitment to international burden sharing by accepting a larger share of asylum seekers and refugees. The percentage of asylum applications it approves is significantly below average. Furthermore, Finland can improve its commitment to international frameworks by ratifying the Migration for Employment Convention and the Migration for Employment Convention.